Flash is an Adobe’s application that displays movies, games, or other content within a web browser. Many websites use Flash plugins to play your favourite videos, games, and tools. Google Chrome is a well-known & highly popular browser launched by Google. It has nearly half of the current marketshare, including support for themes, extensions and HTML5. While Chrome is all ahead of its competitors, it does have some known issues with Adobe Flash reader.
Many a times, your chrome browser flashes errors like “Adobe Player plugin not installed” while you try to play your favourite video or game.
In this post, we are covering the possible reasons of why adobe flash reader is creating problem on your Chrome browser. Also, you may find the guidelines/steps below to fix or resolve this error either manually or seeking assistance from our Browser technical support helpline UK.
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How to Fix Adobe Flash Problems Manually in Chrome Browser
- First, type about: plugins in your Chrome address bar and press Enter to view what plugins you have installed and are running.
- If you are searching for “How To Stop The Plugin Conflict?”
- Search for Flash in the plugins list and then check if it says (2 files) in parenthesis beside it.
- If it says two files, that means two different installations of Flash — one on your system and one just for the Chrome installation — are conflicting, and that’s where your problem lies.
- Click the + sign next to Details and use the Location tags to determine where each installation is located.
- The highlighted plugin is the installation for Chrome.
- The downside to this fix is that when this process is finished, you’re going to have to set Flash to auto-update, since there’s no longer an extension active within Chrome being updated with the browser. To allow Flash to auto-update:
- Click Start (Windows Key + X in Windows 8)
- Click Search
- Type Flash Player
- Open the application
- Click the Advanced tab
- Change the update settings to Allow Adobe to Install Updates
First, re-activate the Chrome plugin and turn off the operating system plugin.
- If that doesn’t fix your issue, deactivate each of your extensions and start Chrome again — an easy way to go about this is to open up an incognito window with extensions disabled.
- To open up an incognito window, click Chrome’s Menu icon and select Open Incognito Window from the drop down box. By default, incognito starts without extensions. Go to a flash-based page and see if you have any issues. If you don’t, one of your extensions is causing the problem.
- To solve this, open up your list of Extensions and one by one, re-enable them while viewing how they effect your Flash performance. To open the list of extensions, open your menu once more, hover over Tools and click Extensions. When you’ve determined which one has been causing you all this trouble, delete or disable it.
If Issues Still Persist Contact Google Chrome Browser Technical Support
If still you cant able to resolve your browser issues of flash player, we suggest you to take Browser Customer Care Helpline that will instantly resolve all your queries via remote technical assistance. You just have to call them at their toll free numbers given below.